Qt Wayland Compositor
Qt Wayland Compositor is a module that provides QML and C++ APIs for developing custom display servers based on the Wayland protocol. The server displays content from client applications that support the Wayland protocol.
Environment Variables and Command-line Arguments
The Qt Wayland Compositor API recognizes some environment variables and command-line arguments that can be used to customize its behavior.
- Environment variables:
- QT_WAYLAND_HARDWARE_INTEGRATION Selects the hardware integration plugin to use.
- QT_WAYLAND_CLIENT_BUFFER_INTEGRATION Selects the client buffer integration plugin to use.
- QT_WAYLAND_SERVER_BUFFER_INTEGRATION Selects the server integration plugin to use.
- Command-line arguments:
--wayland-socket-nameOverrides the default socket name used for communicating with clients.
Take a look at the Qt Wayland Compositor Examples for a demonstration on how the APIs can be used to write custom display servers.
The Qt Wayland Compositor API can be used from C++ or QML.
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